A great review of calculating work, power, mechanical efficiency, and mechanical advantage. Students are given a blank BINGO board and must create their boards by picking numbers from a list ( the answers to 35 questions). The PowerPoint is hyperlinked to slides with 35 questions. As a class you pick and answer the problems one at a time (whole class or independent practice). If a student has the answer to a question on their BINGO board they cross out that square. First play to get BINGO wins. The PowerPoint has a slide containing blank BINGO cards for you to print out for your students as well as a slide with an answer key for the 35 problems.